The “feio effect” strengthens the PP in the CIS and it is only three points behind the PSOE.


The arrival of Alberto Nunez Feijo led to the assessment of the votes of the People’s Party. The Center for Sociological Research (CIS) April barometer, the first to be released since the official appointment of a new opposition leader, is a significant increase for PP, just 2.9 points behind Pedro Sanchez’s PSOE, according to the Jose Felix Tezanos Institute. If elections are held now, they will continue to be the loudest force.

The “feiyo effect” is perceived both in the evaluation and in the direct intention to vote, where the difference with the PSOE is also similar – 22.2% of the vote for the Socialists and 20.6% for the PP. Just a month ago, in the March Barometer, the PSOE maintained its lead over the PP by 7.7 points, although the current leader of the popular party at the time had not yet reached the party presidency and it was more of an internal survey. The fight in PP began between the previous leadership of Pablo Casado and the president of Madrid, Isabel Diaz Ayuso.

Now, the CIS forecasts a small reversal for the PSOE, which will receive 30.3% of the vote a month ago compared to 31.5%, while PP will move from 23.8% in March to 27.2% in April, up 3.4 percentage points from the previous year. Barometer. Vox, on the other hand, fell due to PP support growth and fell by almost two points, from 16.3% in March to 14.4% in April.

United we can also see a decline that fell to 10.7% in April from 11.8% of the estimated vote last month. As for the smaller formations, Ciudadanos fell from 3.2% to 2% in this barometer in March, while Más País-Compromís increased the prospect of voting by only one tenth to 2.1%.

In the range of nationalist and independent parties, the ERC is slightly behind by only three-tenths and retains 2.4% of the vote, with PNV receiving 1.3% and EH Bildu 1.2%, the same figure as together. The CUP would get 0.9% of the vote, while the BNG would get 0.6%.

April is the second barometer to use an updated rating formula, as CIS President Jose Felix Tezanos said in a speech to Congress in March. He acknowledged that the institute had so far failed to “properly” rate Vox votes, and announced that a “new rating model” had already been implemented, which had already been used in the March barometer.

“We do not value Vox’s vote very well, because it’s probably a secret vote,” he told the far-right MP, who reprimanded him for predicting the CIS in his research. Voice down Vox. However, the new formula does not show a noticeable increase in far-right, not even in April, when the formation of ultra-right retreated compared to the previous month.

Feio achieved citizenship approval and surpassed Sanchez

As for the assessment of the leaders of different political spaces, Feio surpassed Sanchez, which never happened during the term of Pablo Casado. The PP leader gets approval and gets a rating of 5.20, compared to the Prime Minister who gets 4.86. However, the second vice-president and Minister of Labor, Yolanda Diaz, continues to grow in popularity and is once again the leader most valued by the citizens. It ranges from 10 to 5.36 compared to 5.23 in March.

Más País leader Íñigo Errejón remains in fourth place among the top rated leaders with 4.54. Behind him is Ciudadanos president Ines Arimadas with 4 and the worst rated Vox leader, Santiago Abascal, with 3.16, although he raises the position a month ago from 2.97.

Source: El Diario


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